CRA issues quirky tax ruling

By Staff | February 4, 2016 | Last updated on September 15, 2023
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Some folks will try just about anything to save tax.

Case in point: “When a patient travels to a warm climate for the beneficial effects on his or her health, can the beneficial effects of the warm climate be considered a medical service” for the purpose of claiming the medical expense credit?

That question was recently put to CRA, according to

And yes, you guessed it: The query was met with a resounding and unambiguous No.

Details here.

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